Sakura

Sakura

This emerged from the question of whether "all" of the active ingredients and tastes of tea leaves could be ingested.
Ever since catechin-rich beverages gained tokuho status (awarded to foods/beverages with special healthy qualities), the health benefits of traditional green tea have once again been attracting attention.

Green tea is full of nutrients, including catechins, with potentially wide-ranging benefits for beauty and health.

While tea leaves contain both water-soluble and insoluble substances, typically only around 30% of the nutrients are ingested from tea brewed in a teapot. This means that around 70% of the nutrients in tea are discarded in used tea leaves. A large quantity of used tea leaves are also generated by the process of manufacturing tea beverages in PET bottles.

As such, we wondered if "all" of the active ingredients and tastes of tea leaves could be ingested. The tea leaves produced for market generally comprise the first and last pickings of the year's new leaf shoots. For Sakura, we focus on the second and third pickings. Their long exposure to sunlight means they are loaded with abundant catechins, while also increasing their bitterness.
However, our unique manufacturing method is capable of reducing such bitterness in Sakura. You can ingest "all" of the active ingredients of tea leaves without wasting them. The liquid product enables you to enjoy a "smooth, strong matcha tea without any dregs" simply by adding cold/hot water.
We have conducted extensive research and filed a patent on our tea extraction process, achieving our natural bright green tea by chemical-free farming.

Suggested use of Sakura - 1

Sakura

For active ingredients and the taste of tea leaves

No preparation or teapot is required to make authentic green tea.
Enjoy delicious caffeine-free, catechin-rich tea simply by adjusting the strength to your liking and adding hot or cold water, whenever you feel like a cup of tea.
For a quick way of making matcha tea, try mixing a generous amount of Sakura with hot water and shaking it in a thermos flask.

Suggested use of Sakura - 2

Sakura

For active ingredients and the taste of tea leaves

The liquid product has wide-ranging uses, including:
matcha tea au lait, dressing, mayonnaise, bread, rice, jelly, cake, warabi-mochi (Japanese confectionery), pasta, fried rice, soup stock, Yakult, Calpis/Calpico, mixed with shochu or whiskey, and more.

Suggested use of Sakura - 3

Sakura

For active ingredients and the taste of tea leaves

While the benefits of matcha tea may be enjoyed in food and drink, the vitamins and catechins it contains are thought to be effective against acne and in skin care.
The liquid product is easy to use; just add a little to the water in a bathtub or bowl when bathing or washing your face.

5 benefits of Sakura

Sakura

Safe, chemical-free farming

Long-lasting natural bright green color

Rich in catechins effective for health and beauty

Health benefits of caffeine-free tea

Unique patent extraction process

This product is ideal if you're looking for easy-to-use, safe, caffeine-free, and catechin-rich matcha tea for food and drink, or for use in food manufacturing.

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